Latest Past Events

Matthew 25 – Community Organizing, Policy Advocacy, and Movement Building

Real and Lasting Change: Models that Work to end Poverty Eradicating systemic poverty through three crucial and effective models: community organizing, movement-building, and public policy advocacy. Speakers: Denzel Mitchell, an Associate Organizer from the congregation-based community organization “Richmonders Involved to Strengthen Our Communities” in Richmond, VA, The Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis, Director of the Kairos

Kelly Brown Douglas, Karenna Gore, Liz Theoharis: An Examination of Gender and Race in the Movements of Ecological and Economic Justice

Dates/Times: April 14 (1-6pm) and April 15 (9am-5pm) Location: Online Instructors: Kelly Brown Douglas, Karenna Gore, Liz Theoharis Registration Deadline: Sunday, April 2 This course critically explores the biblical and theological traditions that have helped to cause economic and ecological injustice as well as biblical, theological and ethical mandates for addressing it. It highlights the intersecting and interlocking realities of racial,

Palm Sunday: A People’s Procession for Justice

Washington Square Park, NYC Washington Square Park, New York

Join us for Palm Sunday: A People’s Procession for Justice in Washington Square Park on Sunday, April 2, at 9:30 a.m. This will be an in-person procession hosted by Kairos Center, First Presbyterian Church NYC, Middle Collegiate Church and other NYC churches. We will gather to retell the story of Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem, to remember Jesus’ radical message of nonviolence and justice, to sing and pray together, and to lift up the ways this story is a living story through struggles for justice in our world today. All are welcome for this brief service that begins Holy Week for Christians.